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[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Sustainable Fish Farming / Starting A Winery / Swinging Easy On 52nd Street - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - In this week's Capitol Chat, Capital Public Radio's National Political Reporter Matt Laslo talks about California Senator Barbara Boxer's push to counter the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision. Plus, a Nevada senator wants to extend long-term unemployment benefits. Sustainable Fish Farming - Farmed sturgeon from Sacramento's Passmore Ranch, which is known among the city's culinary scene for its exceptionally fresh fish, has recently been updated to "green" on the Monterey Bay Aqua...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Matt Laslo, Capital Public Radio's National Political Reporter; California Senator Barbara Boxer's push to counter the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court decision; Sustainable Fish Farming; Farmed sturgeon; Sacramento's Passmore Ranch; Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch; Michael Passmore, owner of Passmore Ranch; Sheila Bowman, Seafood Watch Manager of Culinary and Strategic Initiatives; Starting A Winery; Beth Rosenthal; Ira Rosenthal; Uphill Vineyards in Amador County; silver medals; Swinging Easy On 52nd Street; Prohibition; Manhattan; jazz clubs; Carmen McRae; Sarah Vaughan; Cynthia Douglas, jazz vocalist; Vivian Lee, jazz vocalist; The Music of Carmen McRae and Sarah Vaughan; JB's Lounge in the Clarion Inn
Downloads: 285
[audio]Insight: State Fair Preview / Fix 50 Glare / Stanford Obesity Research / Cardiovascular Wellness / WorldFest - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
State Fair Preview - Whether you like deep-fried Twinkies, art exhibits, or winning over-sized plush bears, the State Fair continues to attract visitors from all over the state. We talk with Cal Expo's Jennifer Castleberry about this year's event, which starts Friday. Fix 50 Glare - After months of work on US 50 in connection with the Fix50 Project, it seems there is still work to be done on lane striping...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; State Fair Preview; deep-fried Twinkies; art exhibits; plush bears; Cal Expo's Jennifer Castleberry; Fix 50 Glare; Fix50 Project; Bob Moffitt; Stanford Obesity Research/Cardiovascular Wellness; Stanford researchers; lack of exercise; Dr. Uri Ldabaum, associate professor of gastroenterology; Dr. Tissa Kappagoda, Director of the UCDavis Cardiac Rehabilitation Program; CSUS campus; Dianne Hyson, PhD, CSUS Associate Dean and Registered Dietician; WorldFest; Afro/Pop; Bulgarian Harmonies; 18th annual California WorldFest; best music in the Sierra Nevada; Peter Wilson, Musician; Sound Advice; Ozomatli; Yuna; Grass Valley Fairgrounds
Downloads: 384
[audio]Insight: A Discussion About The Israeli-Palestine Conflict / News Network / Ideateam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Discussion On Middle East Conflict Continues - Part 2: Israeli defense forces say missiles from the Gaza Strip have hit Sacramento's sister city Ashkelon, Israel as militant attacks ramp up in the region. The swell in assaults is in response to the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank last month and the grisly killing of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem last week. But Sacramento Area Jewish leaders say attacks on Israel were on the rise even before the death of t...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Discussion On Middle East Conflict Continues - Part 2; Israeli defense forces; missiles from the Gaza Strip have hit Sacramento's sister city Ashkelon, Israel; militant attacks ramp up in the region; swell in assaults; killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank; grisly killing of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem; Barry Broad, President of the Board of the Sacramento chapter of the Jewish Federation; Rabbi Reuvan Taff, a rabbi for the Mosaic Law Congregation; Rabbi Reuvan Taff, a rabbi for the Mosaic Law Congregation; Wadha Abukhdeir, family member of the Palestinian teenager who was killed; David Mandel, a member of the Jewish Voice for Peace; University Of Phoenix Response To GI Bill Investigation; Aaron Glantz; University of Phoenix's Mark Brenner; Kushman By The Bottle; Rick Kushman, Capital Public Radio’s resident wine expert; Sherman Baker, Sacramento singer/songwriter; self-titled LP; Harlow’s Momo Lounge in Sacramento
Downloads: 509
[audio]Insight: A Discussion About The Israeli-Palestine Conflict / News Network / Ideateam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
A Discussion About The Israeli-Palestine Conflict - Tensions are high in Jerusalem following the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank last month and the grisly killing of a Palestinian teenager in Jerusalem last week. People on both sides of the conflict are calling for both peace while others are calling for more violence. The Palestinian teenager who was killed last week has family throughout Northern California, including his cousin Wadha Abukhdeir, who lives in ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; A Discussion About The Israeli-Palestine Conflict; kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers; West Bank; killing of a Palestinian teenager; Wadha Abukhdeir; George Bisharat, professor at UC Hastings Law; continuing clashes in Gaza and the West Bank; News Network; YubaNet.com; fires in California; Jim Smith, editor of the Woodland Daily Democrat; Monticello fire and the 4th of July in Woodland; Ideateam; Sacramento-based 9-piece funk band; Dive Bar
Downloads: 426
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Middle East Refugees / Poet Daniel Rounds / The Wailers - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Political Junkie Goes West - The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Political Junkie Goes West; Ken Rudin; NPR; California politics; Middle East Refugees; Dr. Keith Watenpaugh, Professor of the Modern Middle East at UC Davis and the Director of the UC Davis Human Rights Initiative; Istanbul, Turkey; Turkey/Syrian Border; Poet Daniel Rounds; American River College's Ad Lumen Press; Lois Ann Abraham, fiction writer; Jason Sinclair Long, microfiction writer; Daniel Rounds, poet; Time Tested Books in Sacramento; The Wailers; Legend; Miners Foundry in Nevada City; Dwayne Danglin Anglin, Lead vocalist
Downloads: 500
[audio]On Demand week of 14-07-05 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
On Demand week of 14-07-05
Keywords: Acid Jazz; At The Opera
Downloads: 111
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Jacqueline Schwab and McAvoy Layne / Kushman By The Bottle / Sound Advice: Kent Teeters - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Will there be a recount in California's Controller's race? Betty Yee is currently leading John Perez for second place in the primary race - the top two finishers will face off in November. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler updates us on the latest numbers. Plus, we'll hear about some of the new laws that went into effect on July 1. Pianist Jacqueline Schwab joined us with Mark Twain impressionist McAvoy Layne earlier this year to discuss their latest collaboration, "Mark Twain's America." We're reb...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; California's Controller's race; Betty Yee; John Perez; Ben Adler, Capitol Bureau Chief; Pianist Jacqueline Schwab; McAvoy Layne, Mark Twain impressionist; Mark Twain's America; Ken Burns; Rick Kushman, resident wine expert; Andis Winery; Amador County; Mark McKenna, winemaker; Kent Teeters, Capital Public Radio's classical morning host; Richard Strauss; Dvorak; Schumann; John Dowland; mandolin; lute
Downloads: 392
[audio]Insight: Water Bond Deal Stalled / Micah Albert / Honoria / From The Streets Of Truckee - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Water Bond Deal Stalled - A water bond that would replace the more expensive $11 billion bond on the November ballot has stalled in the California assembly. In an interview Tuesday with Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler, Speaker Atkins (D-San Diego) says there will be no water bond deal this week before lawmakers leave for their summer recess. The state senate failed to broker a $10.5 billion water bond deal last week while Governor Jerry Brown continues pushing his own $6 bi...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Water Bond Deal Stalled; $11 billion bond; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief; Speaker Atkins (D-San Diego); Micah Albert, Photojournalist; Honoria; Africa; Middle East; New York Times; National Geographic Traveler; Foreign Policy Magazine; BBC; Smithsonian Magazine; Documenting the Under-Reported Stories of the World; Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting; From The Streets Of Truckee; Patrick Guderski; July 5 at Avid Reader; his first novel, Honoria; Juilliard
Downloads: 365
[audio]Insight: Insight Goes To Yosemite: Stories From Groveland - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Insight Goes To Yosemite: Stories From Groveland:A - This week on News Network, Gus Thomson joins us from the Auburn Journal to discuss the Rim Fire aftermath and a recently approved plan to restore land burned by last year's American Fire by the Forest Service. Auburn continues to prohibit fireworks during the days leading up to Independence Day -- specifically in unincorporated areas -- which pose a fire threat during the drought...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Insight Goes To Yosemite: Stories From Groveland; News Network; Gus Thomson; Auburn Journal; Rim Fire aftermath; Joel Metzger, former Calaveras Enterprise editor; mandatory conservation measures in Calaveras County; The Iron Door Saloon; oldest saloon in California; $600 million in education assistance to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans has been spent on California schools so substandard that they failed to qualify for state financial aid; CIR's new radio program, Reveal; Aaron Glantz
Downloads: 445
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 06/22/2014 - David Alpern
Back to Iraq, The Iran Connection, Deportation Consternation, Oz and Ad Scams, A Very Margaret Memorial, Archive: Mob Morality--6/23/13Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. BACK TO IRAQCol. Douglas Macgregor (US Army, Ret.), decorated Gulf War veteran, Ph.D. author of five books on military strategy and reform.III. THE IRAN CONNECTIONAbbas Milani, director of Iranian Studies, Stanford University, author of "The Shah"IV...
Keywords: Iraq; ISIS; Macgregor; Iran; Milani; Deportation; Immigration; DACA; UWD; TrustInAds.org; Oz; Whiting
Downloads: 1
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 06/29/2014 - David Alpern
SCOTUS: Rights and Restraints, Iraq: Assad on Our Side?, Primary Fallout and Hillary, Dr. Ebola, TV: '90s Replay, Archive: SCOTUS: Gayer Marriage--6/30/13Lineup: I. BILLBOARD II. SUPREME COURT: RIGHTS AND RESTRICTIONS Marcia Coyle, Chief Washington Correspondent, The National Law Journal III. IRAQ: SAME SIDE AS ASSAD + UKRAINE Paul Pillar, 28-year CIA veteran, nonresident senior fellow at Georgetown University Center for Security Studies, the Brookings Institution, http://nationalinterest.org/b...
Keywords: Aereo; Cellphones; Iraq; Iran; Assad; Cochran; Tea Party; Ebola; 90s; X-Files
Downloads: 5
[audio]Insight: Insight Goes To Yosemite - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Insight Goes To Yosemite-1 - Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective. Insight Goes To Yosemite-2 - It's been 150 years since President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant, paving the way for Yosemite National ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento; public radio; CSU Sacramento; Insight Goes To Yosemite; Ken Rudin; NPR; Neal Conan; Talk of the Nation; 150 years since President Abraham Lincoln; Yosemite Grant; Yosemite National Park; Mariposa Grove; sequoia forest; Dayton Duncan, Emmy Award-winning writer and documentary filmmaker; Seed of the Future: Yosemite and the Evolution of the National Park Idea; Yosemite's 150th anniversary in 2014
Downloads: 459
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / World Cup / Billy Mills / Sound Advice: Record Sale - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler will give a recap on the discussion lawmakers are having about replacing to the $11 billion water bond currently set to go before voters in November. He reported this week that the governor is opposing the existing water bond, which was negotiated by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and lawmakers in 2009, and wants a $6 billion bond instead. Meanwhile, Senate Republicans rejected a $10.5 billion proposed replacement bond from Senate Democrats...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio Bureau Cheif; $11 billion water bond; Delta ecosystem restoration; California Department of Fish and Wildlife; World Cup; US faces Germany; Bob Moffitt; Billy Mills; 50th anniversary of a 10,000 meter Olympic competition; Native American; gold medal; 2012 summer Olympics; Sound Advice: Record Sale; final record sale; Dennis Newhall, Capital Public Radio Jazz Announcer; vinyl; Howe 'bout Arden Shopping Center
Downloads: 440
[audio]Insight: Teacher Tenure / Music in the Mountains / Pet Tales / "Playing By Ear" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Teacher Tenure - Earlier this month, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu handed down a ruling in Vergara vs. California that struck down teacher tenure laws. The decision has been stayed until an appeal can be heard. The plaintiffs in the case, backed by education reform organization Students First, call it a victory for low-income families who they believe receive inadequate education because of weak teachers who canât be fired...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Teacher Tenure; Rolf M. Treu,Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Rolf M. Treu; Vergara vs. California; McClatchy High School; Dr. Jana Noel, SacState Professor; Music in the Mountains; SummerFest; Nevada County; Peter Nowlen, Artistic Advisor; Pet Tales; Gina Spadafori, Pet expert; heat and how it effects your pet; Fourth of July; Playing By Ear; Bruce Lundvall, president of Columbia Records in the 70's, Elektra Records in the early 80's, Blue Note label in 1984; Herbie Hancock; Dexter Gordon; Dianne Reeves; Willie Nelson; Phoebe Snow; Dan Ouellette, Author; biography detailing Lundvall's life; Gary Vercelli, jazz music director
Downloads: 357
[audio]Insight: News Network: Woodland / "Zuccotti Park" / "Living With Parkinson's" / Jazz Gitan - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
We’re putting Woodland in the spotlight today, beginning with News Network. Jim Smith, editor of the Woodland Daily Democrat joins us from his office to expand on the story of the Yolo County Sheriff in the Wild, Wild West. On June 27, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Melissa Manchester will perform a benefit concert at the Woodland Opera House for the Opera House and a musical called “Zuccotti Park,” co-written by singer-songwriter Vatrena King and screenwriter Catherine Hurd...
Keywords: KXJZ, Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Woodland; Jim Smith, editor, Woodland Daily Democrat; Zuccotti Park; Vatrena King, singer-songwriter; Catherine Hurd, screenwriter; Woodland Opera House; Melissa Manchester; Brian Grant, former Sacramento Kings player; Living with Parkinson's; Suketu Khandhar, doctor, Kaiser Permanente; Karen Christian, producer, Living with Parkinson's; KVIE documentary, Living with Parkinson's; Jazz Gitan; studio performance; live performance, Djangit album from Jazz Gitan; CD release party
Downloads: 359
[audio]Adolf Hitler's Address on the Sudeten Germans, 09/12/1938 - Department of the Interior. Office of the Secretary
"This sound recording captures Adolf Hitler's address before a Nazi Congress in Nuremberg. The speech is in German, with English recapitulations at intervals. American commentator H. V. Kaltenborn discussed the speech and its potential effect on world peace."National Archives Identifier: 2173183
Keywords: WWII; Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945; World War, 1939-1945 -- Territorial Questions -- Germany; World War II; World War, 1939-1945 -- Territorial Questions -- Poland; Kaltenborn, H. V. (Hans von), 1878-1965; World War, 1939-1945
Downloads: 39
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Track and Field Championships / Western Writers Of America - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective. Olympic Runner Kim Conley will visit to talk about what to expect for the 2014 Outdoor Track & Field US Championship...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; Olympic runner Kim Conley; Kim Conley, Olympic runner; Track & Field US Championships at Sac State; Western Writers of America conference; Chriss Enss, Western writer; Sherry Monahan, Western writer; Bill Markley, Western writer
Downloads: 413
[audio]On Demand week of 14-06-21 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
On Demand week of 14-06-21
Keywords: Acid Jazz; At The Opera
Downloads: 277
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Sterilization in Prison Audit /Airborne Bunny/ A Chorus Line - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - House Republicans voted yesterday to make California Congressman Kevin McCarthy the new House Majority leader. He replaces Eric Cantor, who lost his re-election bid this month. Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter Katie Orr joins us for this week's Capitol Chat to talk about what this might mean for Californian interests. We'll also hear about the water bond California lawmakers will take up next week...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Kevin McCarthy, California Congressman, new House Majority leader; Eric Cantor; Katie Orr, Capital Public Radio's State Government Reporter; Sterilization in Prison Audit; prison sterilization program; Corey Johnson, The Center for Investigative Reporting's; Airborne Bunny; Ray Cordell, Command Sergeant Major,Airborne Ranger and public affairs officer; old Army doll; A Chorus Line; Music Circus; Kate Levering; Jen Foote
Downloads: 591
[audio]Insight: Oil on Trains / California Blackbird Study / Airborne Bunny / Sound Advice: Symphony of 1000 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Oil on Trains - Sacramento Bee's Transportation writer Tony Bizjak talks about the Fix 50 project and the issue of shipping crude oil by train across Calfiornia. California Blackbird Study - California's tricolored blackbirds have suffered a dramatic population decline in recent years -- down 64 percent in the last six years. We'll talk with UC Davis environmental researcher Robert Meese about what may have caused the decline and the next steps we should take to protect this iconic bird...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Oil on Trains; Tony Bizjak, Sacramento Bee's Transportation writer; Fix 50 project; shipping crude oil by train across Calfiornia; California Blackbird Study; California's tricolored blackbirds; Robert Meese, UC Davis environmental researcher; Airborne Bunny; Ray Cordell, Command Sergeant Major (retired), U.S. Army Airborne Ranger; Sound Advice: Symphony of 1000; Sean Bianco, host of Capital Public Radio's At the Opera; Sacramento's Memorial Auditorium
Downloads: 300
[audio]Insight: Natomas Levee / Pools Care during Drought / Donna Reads / The Submission - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Insight: Natomas Levee - Now that a major roadblock to completion of critical levee repairs in Sacramento's Natomas basin has cleared - President Barack Obama signed the Water Resources Reform and Development Act into law last week - how soon could building begin there and are there any plans underway to do start? We'll talk with Councilwoman Angelique Ashby about the issue. She lives in Natomas and represents the district...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Insight: Natomas Levee; Sacramento's Natomas basin; President Barack Obama; Water Resources Reform and Development Act; Angelique Ashby, Councilwoman; Pools Care during Drought; swimming pools; Placer County Water Agency officials; Donna Reads; Duane Allman, rock/blues guitarist; Galadrielle Allman, Duane Allman's daughter; CapRadio Reads; The Submission; Big Idea Theatre; Jeff Talbott; African-American family struggling to leave the projects; Joshua Robertson, actor; Benjamin Ismail, actor
Downloads: 399
[audio]Insight: Whooping Cough Epidemic / News Network: Davis / My Father's Gardens / French Film Festival - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Whooping Cough Epidemic - More than 800 cases of whooping cough have been recorded in the past two weeks and the California Department of Public Health says it has reached epidemic proportions. As of the 10th of this month, there have been more than 3,400 cases of the illness also known as pertussis this year, which is more than the total for all of last year. Dr. Dean Blumberg, Associate Professor and Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the UC Davis Medical Center, joins us in-studio to t...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Whooping Cough Epidemic; California Department of Public Health; pertussis; Dr. Dean Blumberg, Associate Professor and Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at the UC Davis Medical Center; News Network: Davis; Voter turnout; Jeff Hudson, Davis Enterprise Reporter; Yolo County Grand Jury; Ed Prieto, Sheriff; Davis Shakespeare Festival; Davis Music Festival; My Father's Gardens; Karen Levy, Israeli-American writer and professor in English and Creative Writing; French Film Festival; 13th Sacramento French Film Festival at the Crest Theatre; Cécile Mouette Downs; Olivier Rosemberg
Downloads: 400
[audio]Insight: California Budget / Political Junkie Goes West / ISIS Offensive / Dianne Reeves - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Expansions in mental health and early education funding are two key issues Democrats are citing as victories in California's budget negotiations for the next fiscal year. Meanwhile, California Republicans are criticizing Democrats for hastily throwing together a deal with Governor Jerry Brown. Joining us to talk about what's in this year's budget is Senate President Pro-tem Darrell Steinberg and Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; California budget negotiations; Darrell Steinberg, Senate President Pro-tem; Bob Huff, Senate Minority Leader; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; Islamic State of Iraq in Syria (ISIS); ISIS; Keith Watenpaugh, UC Davis professor; Dianne Reeves; Gary Vercelli
Downloads: 358
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 06/15/2014 - David Alpern
Iraq Attacked, Cantor Canned, Clinton Questioned; Massachusetts Model for the V.A.; Rifkin 1: Power from the People; Rifkin 2: A Collaborative Commons; Music: Classical Weds Comical; Archive: A "Gentleman" Sweeps - 5-4-14Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. CAPITAL SHOCKS: IRAQ, CANTOR, CLINTONEleanor Clift, veteran TV commentator and contributor at www.thedailybeast.comIII. A MASS. MODEL FOR THE VABryan Bender, Boston Globe Washington reporterIV...
Keywords: Iraq; Cantor; Clinton; Massachusetts; VA; Rifkin; Marginal Cost; Collaborative Commons; Alpher; Litt
Downloads: 5
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat/ "The Time is Now" / Sacramento Cheese & Charcuterie / Carolina Chocolate Drops - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Sunday's a big day. It's Father's Day, there's the final round of the U.S. Open in golf, the World Cup will be in full flight, and the weather looks like it'll be great. But Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler will be spending it at the Capitol. That's because Sunday is also the day we're expecting the final vote on California's budget. Adler joins us with an update. The Time is Now - Producer Chris Lango's documentary about a seminal civil rights figure from Sacramento could potential...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ben Adler; Time is Now, The: The Civic Life of Sacramento's Nathaniel Colley; Chris Lango, producer, The Time is Now: The Civic Life of Sacramento's Nathaniel Colley; civil rights documentary up for Emmy; artisanal food in Sacramento; cheesemonger; Sara Arbarian, cheesemonger, The Rind in Sacramento; Michael Tuohy, Block Butcher Bar; Carolina Chocolate Drops
Downloads: 597
[audio]Insight: Wind Youth Service / "Going Gay" / 916 Ink Makes Comics / Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Wind Youth Service - A popular destination for young people living on the streets of Sacramento has closed. But this step back for Wind Youth Services will ultimately allow the program to take two steps forward. And while the physical youth center is gone, Wind is still providing all its services, besides showers, to Sacramento's low-income young people. Executive Director of Wind Youth Services Suzi Dotson joins us to talk about the decision to close the Wind Center and plans to reopen a new lo...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Wind Youth Service; living on the streets of Sacramento; Suzi Dotson, Executive Director of Wind Youth Services; Going Gay; Tim Rymel, former leader in the ex-gay movement in the early 90's; Going Gay - My Journey from Evangelical Christian Minister to Self-Acceptance, Love Life and Meaning; 916 Ink Makes Comics; Sacramento nonprofit that promotes literacy and writing; comic book; Eben Burgoon, Sacramento comic book author; Capital Heights Academy; wordslinger; Sean Sutter, artist; Gleneisha; Acsah; Sound Advice: Blue Dog Jam; Nick Brunner, the host of Capital Public Radio's Blue Dog Jam; mix of new music & tracks recorded live in our studio; Hot City; The Harley White Jr. Orchestra; capradiomusic.org
Downloads: 466
[audio]insight-140611 - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Marcos Breton - Sacramento Bee columnist Marcos Breton will talk about his thoughts on California Chrome's loss at the Belmont and the laste on the River Cats conbsidering an affiliation change. 100-Year Gardens - The UC Davis Cooperative Extension is celebrating its 100-year anniversary Saturday. Joining us to discuss the century-long history of the agricultural institution is Interim Co-County Director and Pomology, Viticulture, and Environmental Horticulture Advisor at the UCCE Chuck Ingels...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 226
[audio]Insight: News Network: Stockton / Voices From The Drought / Davis Science Cafe / "This Day In June" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
There was a lot happening in Stockton last week. A judge failed to rule whether Stockton could cut payments to CalPERS as part of its bankruptcy -a possibly historic ruling- while a three-alarm fire destroyed the city's historic Hotel Earle. Plus, San Joaquin County recorded its lowest ever voter turnout and county district attorney candidate Gary Hickey was arrested for the 5th time in two months...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; News Network: Stockton; Michael Fitzgerald, Columnist, Stockton Record; Dust Bowl, Letters from the; drought; Voices from the Drought; UC Davis Plant Sciences; Ken Tate, Professor, UC Davis plant sciences; Brad Hooker, science writer, UC Davis plant sciences; Bruce German, Professor, UC Davis; lactation research; breast-feeding; Davis Science Cafe; Gayle Pitman, psychology professor, Sacramento City College, and author of This Day in June; This Day in June; LGBT Pride celebration; Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride celebration story told in children's book; Pride Parade
Downloads: 662
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 06/08/2014 - David Alpern
Terror Trade Tempest, Costs of Carbon Control, Crowdsourcing Diagnosing, Cruise to the "Edge", Bergl: Roller-Coaster Romance, Archive: Tianamen to Occupy - 6-3-12Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. TEMPEST IN A TERROR TRADELawrence J. Korb, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, Assistant Secretary of Defense in the Reagan administrationIII. CONTROLING CARBON: COSTS / BENEFITSTom Zeller, Jr., Bloomberg View contributor, 2013-2014 MIT/Knight Science Journalism FellowIV...
Keywords: Bergdahl; D-Day; Taliban; Korb; carbon; climate; crowdmed; crowdsource; diagnosis; Tom Cruise; Bergl
Downloads: 7
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Incarceration and DA Race Issues / Gay Romance Novels / Kumyn Featuring Phillip Rayburn
Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. He'll talk about the California Chrome's attempt to win the Triple Crown and the famous rant made by the the owner Steve Coburn. Ken Rudin will also talk about noted figures who made the headlines this weekend including Hilary Clinton, Bowe Bergdahl and...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; Sacramento District Attorney; Anne Marie Schubert elected Sacramento District Attorney; criminal justice issues; Michael Vitiello, Law Professor, McGeorge School of Law; David Ball, Law Professor, Santa Clara University; gay romance authors; Amy Lane, author; Kim Fielding, author; Kumyn Featuring Phillip Rayburn; Phillip Rayburn, vocalist; Terry Big T Jones, guitarist; Jim Malone, keyboardist; studio performance; live performance
Downloads: 534
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / California Chrome / Book Publishing / Gay Men's Chorus Tribute To The Beatles - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - Ashley Swearengin is leading the four top candidates for State Controller, but the race is still too close to call. Assemblyman John A. Perez appears to be in second and both are expected to advance to the general election in November once final numbers are certified. In this week's Capitol Chat, State Government Reporter Katie Orr joins us from the Capitol Bureau to sort out results...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Ashley Swearengin; State Controller; John A. Perez, Assemblyman; Katie Orr, State Government Reporter; Capitol Bureau; Darryl Steinberg; California Chrome; Yuba City; Belmont Stakes; Triple Crown; Walter Webb II; Book Publishing; Bob Pimm, East Bay literary lawyer; 5th annual Literary Workshop at the Avid Reader in Sacramento; Gay Men's Chorus Tribute To The Beatles; Sacramento Gay Men's Chorus; Come Together; Crest Theatre; Sacramento LGBT community; British Invasion
Downloads: 526
[audio]Insight: OR-7 Pups / Verge Re-Opening / Project Hope Exchange / Sound Advice: Classical - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
OR-7 Pups - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday that biologists saw the wolf known as OR7 earlier this week living with a mate and at least two pups. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf coordinator Russ Morgan originally caught OR-7 in 2011 and joins us to talk more about the discovery. The California Fish and Game Commission voted Wednesday to move forward with listing the gray wolf as an endangered species under California law...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; OR-7 Pups; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; wolf known as OR7; Russ Morgan, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf coordinator; Michael Sutton, California Fish and Game Commission; Verge Re-Opening; The Verge Center for the Arts; Sacramento's Southside Park; Liv Moe; Jesse Powell; Project Hope Exchange; record or listen to a 30 second message designed to inspire hope; Jeff Bell, co-creator of Project Hope Exchange; Adversity to Advocacy Alliance; Sound Advice: Classical; Cale Wiggins, Capital Public Radio's Afternoon Classical Host; new version of Respighi's The Birds.; Berstein's Spring Will Come Again; Duke Ellington
Downloads: 421
[audio]Insight: Election Follow-Up / Tiananmen Square Anniversary / Brent Bourgeois - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Election Follow-Up - We're speaking with California State University Associate Professor of Government Kim Nalder. Nalder is the founding director of the Project for an Informed Electorate at Sacramento State University. Tiananmen Square Anniversary - Wednesday, June 4, is the 25th anniversary of the Chinese government's violent crackdown on protesters in Tiananmen Square. McClatchy Newspapers' Beijing Bureau Chief Stuart Leavenworth is in Sacramento for a break from his work in China and joins ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Election Follow-Up; Kim Nalder, California State University Associate Professor of Government; Tiananmen Square Anniversary; Chinese government's violent crackdown on protesters in Tiananmen Square; Stuart Leavenworth; McClatchy Newspapers' Beijing Bureau Chief; Brent Bourgeois; recording his first solo record in 20 years; Bourgeois Tagg
Downloads: 347
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 06/01/2014 - David Alpern
Obama: Paths to Peace?, The Road to 2016, Too Much Law?, Aging 1: Move It, Aging 2: Juice, Gin, Joy, Archive: Tornado - Who Pays? 5/26/13Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. OBAMA: PATHS TO PEACE?Paul Pillar, 28-year CIA veteran, nonresident senior fellow at Georgetown University's Center for Security Studies, the Brookings Institution and posts at http://nationalinterest.org/blog/paul-pillarIII. THE ROAD TO 2016Michael Brenner, University of Pittsburgh Professor Emeritus; Fellow of the Center for Transatlant...
Keywords: Obama; West Point; 2016; Bush; Hillary; Rule of Nobody; Live Long; Hotchner
Downloads: 4
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / Sac City & Davis Election Round-up / B St. Theatre Loan / Bike Month Follow
Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective. With the June primary a day away, we turn our sights to city council races...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insisht; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; June primary; election preview; Bob Moffitt; Jeff Hudson; Davis City Council race; California Assembly District 7 race; B Street Theatre; California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank; Bike Month results; Clean Air award
Downloads: 427
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Sac Track & Field / Rita Dove / Frankie Moreno - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
How many pieces of legislation made it through committee before Thursday's end-of-the-session deadline? The answer-- still counting. Meanwhile, every lawmaker and constitutional officer who is campaigning has a busy weekend before Tuesday's primary election day in CA. State Government Reporter Katie Orr joins me from the Capitol Bureau for this week's CapChat. The National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, which is coming to Sacramento State this June, announced today that the shotput compe...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; Katie Orr; National Outdoor Track and Field Championships; shotput at the Capitol; Bob Burns, CSU Sacramento; Rita Dove, former U.S. Poet Laureate; SummerWords Creative Writing Colloquium at American River College; Frankie Moreno, Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year; KVIE documentary features music of Frankie Moreno
Downloads: 505
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 05/18/2014 - David Alpern
V.A. On The Griddle, Nigeria: Beyond the Kidnapping, NSA: By the Book?, Cancer Cure Cost Crisis, Young Voice, Old Soul, Archive: Oh, Jackie O! - 5/13/12Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. VA ON THE GRIDDLELauren Augustine, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America legislative associate, former Iraq drone operatorIII. NIGERIA: BEHIND AND BEYOND THE KIDNAPPINGDr. Jude Aguwa, Nigerian-born Professor of Humanities and Religion, African Studies, Mercy College School of Liberal Arts, Dobbs Ferry, NYIV...
Keywords: VA; Shinseki; Nigeria; Boko Haram; Greenwald; Snowden; NSA; Cancer; Edelstein; Ziobro; Feinstein
Downloads: 3
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 05/25/2014 - David Alpern
Putin and Ukraine: Patterns of Power, Caro: What Would LBJ Say?, LBJ Civil Rights Summit, Cesar in Film and Fact, Lucy's Lucy: The Daughter Also Rises, Archive: Vets Mission Continues 5/26/13Lineup:I. BILLBOARD: IN CASE YOU MISSED THEMII. PUTIN & UKRAINE: PATTERNS OF POWER – 5/4/14Dr. Nina Khrushcheva, professor of International Affairs, New School University, NYC; great-grand-daughter of the late Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, author of "The Lost Khrushchev: A Journey Into the Gulag of the...
Keywords: Putin; Ukraine; Khrushcheva; Caro; LBJ; LBJ Library; Cesar Chavez; Farmworkers; Lucie Arnaz
Downloads: 1
[audio]Insight: Sacramento County DA Race / Sound Advice: Jazz - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
We sit down with all three of the candidates for the Sacramento County District Attorney race - Todd Leras, Anne Marie Schubert and Maggy Krell - to talk about the issues in local law enforcement and how each candidate will handle the office after 20 years under Jan Scully. Jazz Music Director Gary Vercelli talks with legendary jazz percussionist Harvey Mason about his new album, "Chameleon," which finds drummer revisiting some of his classic hits from his funk-jazz period in the '70s...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento County District Attorney race 2014; Todd Leras; Anne Marie Schubert; Maggy Krell; district attorney race; Gary Vercelli; Sound Advice: Jazz; Harvey Mason, jazz percussionist; Chameleon
Downloads: 405
[audio]Insight: Superintendent Race / Bike Camp / Pet Tales / Summer Words - Capital Public Radio, inc.
Superintendent Race - California voters have a 3-way choice for Superintendent of Public Instruction with the incumbent Tom Torlakson facing challenges from Lydia Gutierrez and Marshall Tuck. We'll examine some of the dividing issues with Steve Boilard, Director at Sacramento State University's Center for California Studies. Bike Camp - The Down Syndrome Network of Northern Nevada at the University of Reno is partnering with non-profit iCan Shine to host a bike camp for individuals with disabili...
Keywords: Insight; Capital Public Radio, KXJZ, CSU Sacramento; Sacramento public radio; Superintendent Race; Superintendent of Public Instruction; Tom Torlakson; Lydia Gutierrez; Marshall Tuck; Boilard, Director at Sacramento State University's Center for California Studies; Bike Camp; The Down Syndrome Network of Northern Nevada at the University of Reno; iCan Shine; bike camp for individuals with disabilities; ride a bike independently; Pet Tales; kitten; cats that can’t find homes; Gina Spadafori, Pet expert; Gina Knepp, Manager of the Front Street Animal Shelter; saving cats lives with fostering programs; Summer Words; SummerWords; creative writing colloquium; American River College; Christian Kiefer, ARC English Professor and novelist; Michael Spurgeon, English Professor and novelist; Sacramento poets and writers; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento
Downloads: 440
[audio]Insight: Political Junkie Goes West / News Network: San Joaquin Elections / Climbing Everest / Joni Morris Patsy Cline Tribute - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. in an effort to put it all in perspective. Two candidates are running for the top cop's spot in San Joaquin County -- the incumbent sheriff and one of his deputies...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento Public Radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; San Joaquin County sheriff's race; Rich Ibarra; campaigns in San Joaquin; Mt. Everest avalanche; Everest avalanche; Jim Geiger, mountain climber; climb of Everest delayed; Joni Morris tribute to Patsy Cline; Patsy Cline tribute artist Joni Morris; studio performance; live performance
Downloads: 460
[audio]Insight: Capitol Chat / Accessing VA Benefits / Kushman in Italy / Sound Advice: BDJ - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - It's budget season in California's Capitol. Governor Brown staked out his position for negotiations earlier in the month and now the leading party in the senate and assembly is staking out its position. Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler explains what the governor and the Democrats are hoping to achieve and what each side might have to give up in the negotiations. Plus, he'll preview some of the statewide office races that voters will be deciding in this June's ...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; budget season in California's Capitol; Governor Brown; Ben Adler, Capital Public Radio's Capitol Bureau Chief; Accessing VA Benefits, Department of Veteran Affairs; unflattering revelations about wait times; Mike Mullen; Sacramento Speaker Series; 50 percent of vets do not seek services and benefits available to them; Medical Center Director of the VA Northern California Healthcare System; Kushman in Italy; Rick Kushman, Capital Public Radio's resident wine expert; Italy; Franciacorta; France's Champagne; Sound Advice; Nick Brunner, the host of Capital Public Radio's Blue Dog Jam
Downloads: 701
[audio]Insight: Arena Plans Approved / Science Olympiad / Donna Reads / Bob Ringwald - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Last night, the Sacramento City Council voted 7-to-2 to approve a downtown arena development plan. Today on Insight, weâll hear reaction from Sacramento Kings President and CEO Chris Granger and talk with Sacramento City Manager John Shirey about what happens next. A team of science-whiz students from Churchill Middle School are competing at the Science Olympiad National Tournament May 16-17. For 30 years, Science Olympiad has made science education fun and exciting for middle school and high s...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento arena approved; Kings arena approved; Chris Granger, CEO, Sacramento Kings; John Shirey, Sacramento City Manager; Churchill Middle School Science Olympiad competitors; STEM careers; Science Olympiad National Tournament competitors from Churchill Middle School; Donna Reads; Donna Apidone; Bob Ringwald, Fulton Street Jazz Band; Jazz Jubilee; Sacramento Music Festival; Molly Ringwald
Downloads: 513
[audio]Insight: News Network / Twain Harte Running Dry / Getaway Day by Ken White / Memorial Mike Day - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Sacramento City Council is finalizing plans Tuesday night to build a sports and entertainment complex downtown. It is poised to approve six new billboards and sell up to $325 million in bonds to build the arena, although the city's portion of the $477 million arena will be closer to $255 million. The city will then pay back the loan with money it collects from parking. The plan isn't new, but it's facing increased scrutiny as it heads towards this final hurdle...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Sacramento arena plan; Ryan Lillis, Sacramento Bee Metro Reporter; News Network; water restrictions in Tuolumne County; Twain Harte deals with drought; Tom Scesa, General Manager of Tuolumne Utilities District; Stephanie McCaffrey, Owner of McCaffrey House Bed and Breakfast with her husband Michael; Diane Dunnigan, Owner of the restaurant The Rock of Twain Harte; Ken White, author, Getaway Day; Getaway Day; baseball book set in 1962; Mikes, The; comedians The Mikes; Memorial Mike Day; Mike O'Connell, comedian; Mike Betancourt, comedian; Micheal Calvin Jr., comedian; Mike Sinclair, comedian
Downloads: 518
[audio]Insight: Ken Rudin / Robert Reich / Low Wage Workers / "Stevenson's Treasure" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The Political Junkie is turning his analytical gaze west. Ken Rudin, known to NPR listeners from his many years talking all things politics with Neal Conan on "Talk of the Nation," joins Insight host Beth Ruyak for our signature segment that puts California politics in the context of the national scene. Rudin joins us from Washington D.C. an in effort to put it all in perspective. A former Secretary of Labor during the Clinton Administration is bringing his film "Inequality for All" to UC Davis ...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Ken Rudin, The Political Junkie; Political Junkie, The; Robert Reich, educator and former U.S. Secretary of Labor; Inequality for All; low-wage workers; Victoria Smith, UC Davis professor of sociology and a faculty affiliate for the Center for Poverty Research; Brian Halpin, a graduate student in sociology at UC Davis; Mark Wiederanders, author, ''Stevenson's Treasure; Stevenson's Treasure; Robert Louis Stevenson bio-fiction
Downloads: 557
[audio]Insight: CapChat/Brenda Hillman/Eppie's Kids/But Beautiful - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Capitol Chat - The governor's race in California is heating up ahead of the June 3 primary. Republican candidates wanting to unseat California's current governor, Jerry Brown, are fighting to get on the ballot while progressive voters criticize Brown for not giving more money to social programs. Capitol Bureau Chief Ben Adler covers the governor's race and joins us to talk about it. He'll also explain Jerry Brown's latest spending plan for 2014-2015...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Capitol Chat; The governor's race in California; Jerry Brown; Ben Adler, Capitol Bureau Chief; Brenda Hillman; Brenda Hillman, Award-winning poet; Women's Wisdom Project; Parkway Theater on 47th Street; Eppie's Kids; Eppie's Great Race; Eppie Johnson; George Johnson; Lisa Mangels; Eppie's Kids Duathlon; Lara Downes; But Beautiful; Billie Holiday; Mondavi Center; Zuill Bailey, cellist; Some Other Time
Downloads: 660
[audio]Insight: Climate Change Town Hall / Paid Job Training / Joe Carnahan / Sound Advice: Jazz - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Climate Change Town Hall - As an individual, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by climate change. And if you're waiting for elected officials to address the dangers of climate change, it's easy to feel frustrated. But, now you've got a chance to help formulate policy that will ultimately combat climate change. This Saturday, Sacramento-area elected officials are listening to the public's ideas about combating and adapting to climate change in a town hall meeting at Met High School...
Keywords: Insight; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio; CSU Sacramento; Climate Change Town Hall; town hall meeting at Met High School; Paid Job Training; Erik de Kok, principal planner for the Sacramento Climate Action Plan; Mark Hertsgaard, author of HOT: Living Through the Next 50 Years on Earth; Four formerly homeless women; Women's Empowerment; Joe Carnahan; Sacramento-born action film director Joe Carnahan; The Blacklist; Marvel's Daredevil; Mendez Award at the 2011 Maryland International Film Festival; Sound Advice; Devin Yamanaka, Capital Public Radio's All Things Considered and Jazz host; baseball-themed jazz songs; Miles Davis & John Coltrane, Two Bass Hit; The Complete Columbia Recordings 1955-1961
Downloads: 448
[audio]Insight: OR-7 Mate / Veteran Caregivers / Kushman by the Bottle / "Bryce and the Blood Ninjas" - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
The lone wolf made famous for being the first of its kind to venture into California in nearly 90 years may not be as lonely as scientists originally believed. Researchers with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife revealed Monday that they have discovered photos suggesting the wolf known as OR7 may have found a mate and may even be a father. ODFW wolf coordinator Russ Morgan originally caught OR7 in 2011 and joins us to talk more about the discovery...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; OR-7; lone wolf in Oregon may have a mate; Russ Morgan, ODFW wolf coordinator; David Moskowitz, wolf ecologist, Wolf OR7 Expedition Team; caregivers; veteran caregivers; Who Cares documentary; Mather VA Caregiver Program; Kushman by the Bottle; Rick Kushman; Erec-Michael Weber, author, Bryce and the Blood Ninjas; Bryce and the Blood Ninjas; leukemia story for young boy; Bryce Weber, leukemia patient and inspiration for Bryce and the Blood Ninjas; Nichol Weber
Downloads: 459
[audio]Insight: Human Rights / Nigerian Girls / News Network: Amgen Tour / Peter Petty - Capital Public Radio, Inc.
Over the weekend, UC Davis hosted its 4th Annual Human Rights Spring Symposium with an emphasis on the growing refugee situation in Lebanon. Professor of Modern Islam and Director of the Human Rights Initiative at UC Davis. Keith Watenpaugh updates us on the work that his team is doing and what emerged from the conference. The leader of an extremist group that has kidnapped more than 200 girls in Nigeria said they would release them in exchange for some of its jailed fighters...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; UC Davis Human Rights Spring Symposium; Keith Watenpaugh, Professor of Modern Islam and Director of the Human Rights Initiative at UC Davis; refugee situation in Lebanon; Boko Haram; Nigeria kidnapping; Bring Back Our Girls; Amgen Tour of California; Tour of California; bike racing; women's cycling in America; Martha Bellisle, former competitive cyclist; Peter Petty, singer/performer; studio performance; Jazz in the Courtyard; Prohibition-Era jazz
Downloads: 443
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 05/11/2014 - David Alpern
Midterm Maneuvers, NATO and Ukraine, Press Freedom and Foreign Policy, New Blood for Old Brains, Bufford's Blues, Archive: Mother's Day Memo - 5/12/13Lineup:I. BILLBOARDII. MIDTERM MANEUVERS: Benghazi, Boko Haram, MillennialsJulian Zelizer, Princeton professor of history and public affairs, author of "Jimmy Carter," "Governing America," and “Arsenal of Democracy.”III. NATO & UKRAINE: More Putin PloysDr...
Keywords: Midterm; Benghazi; Boko; Ukraine; Putin; NATO; Press Freedom; Blood; Rejuvenation; Bufford; Blues
Downloads: 17
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